Stargirl, "Stars and Stripe Part Two" (DCUniverse, Aug. 10)

Stargirl, "Stars and Stripe Part Two" (The CW, Aug. 11)

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., "The End Is at Hand" (ABC, Aug. 12)

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., "What We're Fighting For" (ABC, Aug. 12)

Star Trek: Lower Decks, "Envoy" (CBS All Access, Aug. 13)

Wynonna Earp, "Afraid" (Syfy, Aug. 16)

NOS4A2, "Welcome to Christmasland" (AMC, Aug. 16)

Lovecraft Country, "Sundown" (HBO, Aug. 16)


Marvel Storyboards, Episode 4 featuring Johnny Weir (Marvel YouTube Channel, Aug. 13)

Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir


Injustice: Year Zero #1-3 (Aug. 11)

DC proudly announces the launch of its newest Digital First series, Injustice: Year Zero! Publishing twice monthly and spanning 14 chapters, the first three chapters are available to read immediately as a bundle for $2.49 when purchased at readDC and, or individually for $0.99 on all participating digital platforms!

Injustice: Year Zero returns fans to the world of DC’s bestselling Injustice: Gods Among Us; back to a time before Superman punched the Joker through the heart and became the fascist ruler of Injustice!

“Year Zero isn't as morally grey as what comes after,” said Tom Taylor in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. “This is Superman and Batman at the peak of their friendship. Lois and Clark as a team. The Justice League united, and the Justice Society as a shining example for all. Of course, by its very nature, there's going to be tragedy and shocks and deaths, but there will be hope, there will be triumph, there will be love with the loss and heart alongside the hurt.”

Taylor’s prequel story in Injustice: Year Zero, “Fall of the Old Gods,” focuses the action around the Justice League and the discovery of how their predecessors covertly fought within WWII to bring down a tyrant. When the Joker finds a way to control DC’s Super Heroes, he uses his leverage to sabotage the Justice League—and the JSA—from the inside!

Injustice: Year Zero Chapters One through Three, written by Tom Taylor with Rogê Antônio, Cian Tormey, Rain Beredo and Wes Abbott on art, are available for purchase now on participating digital platforms, including, Comixology, Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and more. Injustice: Year Zero Chapter Four will publish on Tuesday August 18.

Injustice: Year Zero cover art is by Julian Totino Tedesco.

Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red Chapter Eight, “End Of The Line” (Aug. 14)



When Harley dozes off on a Coney Island-bound subway, she finds herself in a corner of the city she never imagined…the X Train, a pirate-filled locomotive sailing the troubled waters of New York’s underground!



Alienated #5

Ben 10: Creature From Serenity Shore OGN

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Willow #1 2nd Ptg

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Willow #2

Buffy Vampire Slayer Legacy Edition Vol 01 TPB

Faithless Ii #2 2nd Ptg

Happiness Will Follow OGN

Lumberjanes Vol 15 TPB

Red Mother #7                

Seven Secrets #1

Something Is Killing Children #9

Strange Skies Over East Berlin TPB


Avatar the Last Airbender: The Promise Omnibus TPB

Disney's Nightmare Before Christmas Movie In Comics HC


Aquaman: Deadly Waters Deluxe Edition HC

Batman and the Outsiders #15

Batman and the Outsiders v2: A League of Their Own TPB

Batman’s Grave #9

Dark Nights: Death Metal #1 (of 6) 2nd Ptg

And one of the hottest series of the summer, Dark Nights: Death Metal marks the return of the bestselling team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo—and with the first issue of this miniseries sold out and demand from readers growing with each issue, DC announces a new printing coming to comics shops August 11!

“The unabashed energy of Dark Nights: Death Metal #1 is the sort of thing most event books would kill to emulate,” Newsarama said in their review of the first issue, while Geek Dad said “this is one of the most unpredictable first issues I can remember, with callbacks to some of the greatest DC events of all time.” AiPT includes that Snyder and Capullo “are going down in comics history as one of the most dynamic, creative teams of all time,” while ComicBook said “they seem to be having an absolute ball creating this crazy world, and you'll have just as much fun getting lost in it.”

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #1 Second Printing will feature a recolored version of the original cover by Greg Capullo, on card stock but without foil stamping.

Dark Nights: Death Metal #3 (of 6)

DCeased Dead Planet #1 (of 6) 3rd Ptg

With orders on the DCeased: Dead Planet #1 Second Printing coming in at breakneck speed, DC is excited to announce that demand for this sold out debut issue has resulted in a new, third printing, arriving August 11!

The demand is not surprising, as “DCeased: Dead Planet #1 is a superlative sequel any fan of superheroes, zombies, or great storytelling should be picking up,” said Multiversity Comics in their review, while Newsarama includes that Taylor and Hairsine have delivered “a sequel that will engage you, surprise you, and will ultimately turn everything we know about this series on its head.”

Reviews aren’t everything though, since Tom Taylor took to Twitter this morning with his latest warning: “you think there’ll be someone left standing at the end of #DCeased: Dead Planet."

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DCeased: Dead Planet #1 Third Printing will feature a recolored version of the original cover art by David Finch and minimal trade dress, and reprints the story written by Tom Taylor with art by Trevor Hairsine, Stefano Gaudiano, and Gigi Baldissini.

Detective Comics #1025

Flash #759

Green Lantern Earth One v2 HC

Hal Jordan and John Stewart team up to save the last Green Lantern Guardian from an evil force!

Manhunters, alien races, rings of power—it’s a lot for the people of Earth to absorb. Especially when an interplanetary incident forces their protector, Hal Jordan, to leave on a rescue mission that results in the discovery that there's a new player in the galaxy: Yellow Lanterns! In this sequel to Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman’s bestselling 2018 original graphic novel Green Lantern Earth One, Hal Jordan and John Stewart must team up to save the galaxy from an invading force!
Conscripted into service, the Yellow Lanterns are uniformly made up of inhabitants of the planet Qward, located in the parallel dimension where the Guardian "fled" to escape the Manhunters long ago. While they seem a benign force for peace, Jordan can't get comfortable with how much power they wield, or their bizarre, lockstep behavior. When fellow Earthling John Stewart ends up with a yellow ring, he and Hal must work together to confront the being who destroyed the original Green Lantern Corps—the last surviving Guardian.


Jordan has re-assimilated into Earth culture on a lunar base, working as a consultant designing a privately funded spacecraft in hope of connecting Earth with the wider galaxy. In the last three years he has struggled with how he can help avert problems on Earth without falling prey to politics or creating unintended problems while still doing everything he can to protect his home planet and try to foster a brighter future.


An Earth physicist working on propulsion systems for spacecraft, he jumped at the opportunity to study an alien craft first-hand when a Llaran vessel visited the Sol system. Too bad he was on board when an intergalactic incident broke out. He's relentlessly curious about his chosen discipline, with a deep understanding of the physics behind energy as it applies to space travel. This gives him the ability to recognize that the Yellow energy is not from our dimension. And meeting Arisia gives him a reason to use it as a force for good.


As the most accomplished of the Green Lanterns, her skills are unquestioned. It's her management style that chaffs some of the Green Lanterns. Or is it just that a collection of individuals always has a hard time becoming a true community? Either way, it's lonely trying to lead. Fortunately, she may have found a kindred spirit when she meets Stewart.

Green Lantern Earth One Vol. Two (978-1401293031), written by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman with art and cover by Gabriel Hardman, hits shelves August 11, 2020.



Green Lantern Season 2 #6 (of 12)

Hawkman #26

Justice League of America Silver Age Omnibus v1 HC New Ed

Justice League Odyssey #23

Lois Lane and the Friendship Challenge TPB

From New York Times bestselling writer Grace Ellis (Lumberjanes) and illustrator Brittney Williams (Goldie Vance) comes Lois Lane and the Friendship Challenge, an original story about thirteen-year-old Lois Lane as she navigates the confusing worlds of social media and friendship.

This new middle-grade graphic novel follows a young Lois Lane in her pursuit to become a viral social media star alongside her best friend, setting her on the path to becoming the iconic investigative journalist we all know and love. This fun and heartwarming story explores the challenges and triumphs of friendship, what it’s like to grow up in the social media era, and the importance of unplugging and appreciating those around you IRL.


Superman #24

In the pages of Superman #24 (on sale June 10), Kevin Maguire joins Bendis to tell a tale of Superman’s legendary susceptibility to magic, and how a new villain is about to use that to turn Big Blue’s life inside out and upside down. This mysterious character has come into Superman’s world to pit him against the most powerful sorcerer and agent for the Lords of Order: Doctor Fate!




Variant cover by BRYAN HITCH

Wonder Woman 1984 variant cover by GABRIELE DELL’OTTO

$3.99 US | 32 PAGES | FC

Wonder Twins  v2: Fall & Rise of the Wonder Twins TPB

Wonder Woman #760

Wonder Woman #750 DLX ED

Wonder Woman: The Many Lives of Maxwell Lord TPB

Wonder Woman: The Hiketia DLX ED


Red Sonja: Age Of Chaos #6

Vampirella #12



Corto Maltese: Mu the Lost Continent GN

Dungeons & Dragons Infernal Tides #5

GI Joe A Real American Hero Snake Eyes Origin

Judge Dredd False Witness #2

My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic #89

Sonic The Hedgehog Fallout Spanish Ed Consecuencias TPB

Transformers Galaxies #8

Usagi Yojimbo Color Classics #6


Adventureman #3

Big Girls #1

"Big Girls is next-level science fiction energy from one of the great powerhouses of American comics." —Warren Ellis

PORTLAND, Ore.  — Critically acclaimed artist Jason Howard (Trees)

takes full creative control as the writer and artist of the forthcoming action series Big Girls. This new ongoing comic book series will launch from Image Comics in August.

When men become giant monsters hellbent on destroying the world, only girls can stop them—Big Girls. Meet Ember—she writes poetry, loves to read, and she’s a 300-foot-tall full-time monster killer! She and the other big girls are all that stand in the way of our world’s complete annihilation!

In an exclusive scoop on the Big Girls announcement with The Hollywood Reporter, Howard said of the series: “[this is] the perfect comic for both the dynamic sci-fi I like to draw and for my writer side to examine questions of power, inequality and the complexity of growing up."

Featuring the fast-paced action—similar to such films as John Wick and series like Paper Girls—and the bigger than life characters of Godzilla and Pacific Rim, this series is set to be a Summer hit readers won’t want to miss.

Big Girls #1 (Diamond Code JUN200012) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, August 12.

Cruel Summer HC

Similar to the recent hit collected hardcover edition, Bad Weekend, the upcoming Cruel Summer hardcover will collect a complete story installment from the ongoing Criminal series and incorporate bonus behind-the-scenes content. Set in the summer of '88, Cruel Summer follows Teeg Lawless, a man who comes home to plan the biggest heist of his career. But Teeg's son Ricky and his friends are starting down the same dark path their fathers are on, and this is about to become the worst summer of their lives.

Cruel Summer hardcover edition (ISBN: 978-1-5343-1643-0) will be available on Wednesday, August 12 and in bookstores on Tuesday, August 18. It can be pre-ordered at your local comic book shop or independent bookstore, or on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, IndieBound, and Indigo.

Excellence #9

Oblivion Song #26

Sonata #12

Stealth #4


Amazing Spider-Man #46

Captain Marvel #19

Written by Kelly Thompson

Art by Cory Smith

Cover by Jorge Molina


Captain Marvel has stepped into the role of accuser in the newly unified Kree/Skrull Empire. But when she’s tasked to accuse a renegade soldier responsible for heinous crimes, she finds herself torn between two worlds. Don’t miss the revelation of the year - one that will not only change Carol’s whole world, but the shape of the galaxy!

Captain Marvel: Many Lives Carol Danvers TPB

Empyre #5 (of 6)

Written by Al Ewing and Dan Slott

Art by Valerio Schiti

Cover by Jim Cheung

Love and war — in the midst of cosmic cataclysm! One fan-favorite Marvel hero reveals their secret — as another faces the ultimate showdown with a monstrous foe! Meanwhile, an outer-space jailbreak leads to a trial by combat you’ll have to see to believe...but is it all too late to save Earth from two world-ending threats at once?

Empyre: Avengers #2

Written by Jim Zub

Art by Carlos Magno

Cover by Paul Renaud

Earth’s Mightiest Heroes fight an intergalactic foe on three fronts! In New York, a villain from the past has been super charged with alien energy. In Mexico, old hatreds turn allies into enemies. And in the Savage Land, the soul of the jungle has been stolen and Shanna the She-Devil’s life hangs in the balance. It’s mystery, magic and mayhem, in the Mighty Marvel Manner!

Empyre: Captain America #2 (of 3)

Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson

Art by Ariel Olivetti

Cover by Mike Henderson

Earth’s defenses are being overrun! With his back against the ropes, Captain America reaches out for aid…but is there anyone left to hear the call?

Empyre: X-Men #3 (of 4)

Written by Ed Brisson, Vita Ayala, and Zeb Wells

Art by TBA

Cover by Eduard Petrovich

Ghost-Spider #9

Hawkeye Free Fall #5    

Hellstrom: Evil Origins TPB

Heroes Reborn: Captain America TPB New Ptg

Immortal Hulk #36

Marauders #11

Written by Gerry Duggan

Art by Stefano Caselli

Cover by Russell Dauterman


The Marauders … the Hellfire Trading Company … all of Krakoa is reeling from the death of Kate Pryde.

MMW Fantastic Four Vol 22 HC

Revenge Of Cosmic Ghost Rider #5

Scream v1: Curse Of Carnage TPB

Spider-Gwen: Amazing Powers TPB

Spider-Ham: Aporkalypse Now TPB

Star Wars Darth Vader #4

Star Wars Darth Vader Dark Lord Sith Vol 02 HC

Strange Academy #2 2nd Ptg Var

Symbiote Spider-Man: Alien Reality TPB

Venom #27        

X-Force #11

Written by Benjamin Percy

Art by Joshua Cassara

Cover by Dustin Weaver


After taking on the Flower Cartel, Logan has brought back valuable intel to the mutant CIA. The non-treaty nation of Russia is working to undermine Krakoa – and may be aligned with Xeno. Beast wants Colossus on their side as the first drumbeats of war begin to sound.


Ajin  Vol 15

Ancient Magus Bride Faerie Case Files Vol 01    

Angels Of Death Vol 10

Animosity #28

Aoharu X Machinegun Vol 18

Archie & Friends Endless Summer #1

Archie 1000 Page Comics Spark TPB

As Miss Beelzebub Likes Vol 10

Beetle & The Hollowbones

Betty & Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #285

Beyond Clouds Vol 02

Billionaire Island #4 (of 4)

Black Butler Vol 29

Black Jackets


Written by TIM SEELEY



Letters by DAVE SHARPE

Final Order Cutoff (FOC) is JULY 20th

An explosive new story begins here!

Featuring Vin Diesel’s Bloodshot on the cover, the BLOODSHOT #7 “Fully Loaded” Edition is packed with eight epic pages of bonus content that includes new artwork, classified information, and commentary from Bloodshot’s co-creator KEVIN VANHOOK!

On sale AUGUST 12th | 40 pages, full color | $3.99 US | T+

Bloom Into You Vol 08

Borderlines Vol 01

BTS Blood Sweat & Tears

Cardcaptor Sakura Coll Ed Vol 05 (Of 9)

Cells At Work Code Black Vol 05

Chobits 20th Anniversary Ed HC

City Vol 08

Constitution Illustrated

Cult Classic Creature Feature TPB

D Ward #3

Daughters of Ys

Destiny Lovers Vol 03

Devil's Highway #2

Don’t Toy With Me Miss Nagatoro Vol 03

Dryad #4

EC Feldstein Terror Train HC

Eden’s Zero Vol 08

Everglade Angels #2

Fairy Tail 100 Years Quest Vol 04

Fartnite Chapter Poo #1

FCBD 2020 Critical Role & Norse Mythology

FCBD 2020 Hillbilly Lizard of Rusty Creek Cave

FCBD 2020 Little Lulu No Boys Allowed

FCBD 2020 Super Mercado Mix Tape

FCBD 2020 Blade Runner

Fullmetal Alchemist Fullmetal Vol 10


Given  Vol 03

Gleipnir Vol 07

Granblue Fantasy Vol 06

Grievling #2 (of 2)

Gung Ho #7

The Harrowing of Hell HC

WRITER: Evan Dahm


AGE RANGE: General Adult

GENRE: Religion / Philosophy

SRP: $15

FORMAT: Hardcover


PUB DATE: August 11, 2020

PUBLISHER: Iron Circus Comics


Those of us who read the Bible and other ancient texts as literature know that these are deeply political works, perhaps none more so than the New Testament with its radical ideology and characters set on upending the status quo (one that has only grown more entrenched over the following millennia).

This is partly what makes the arrival of Evan Dahm’s latest graphic novel from Iron Circus Comics such a joyous occasion. In THE HARROWING OF HELL, inspired by the Bible’s apocryphal works, Evan has given us back the original revolutionary Jesus of Nazareth in a deep, sometimes unsettling, and ultimately inspiring fable for today.

But before we get too far down that path, it's worth pointing out how gorgeously illustrated this is — exactly what fans of Evan’s RICE BOY graphic novels have come to expect. His hallmark deep, inky blacks are punctuated with blazing white and nefarious spot reds as Jesus descends into Hell and flashes back to relevant moments and conversations back in the land of the living. It’s a pleasure to read and escalates so fast that you find yourself doubling back to take it all in more slowly, absorbing the slight changes in facial expressions and environments that push the story along.

The most interesting thing about HARROWING for someone who isn’t very well-versed in scripture is what it has to say about humanity, who our “enemy” really is, and who are saviors really are (or could be). This feels like myth, echoing back to us from ancient times: opaque, mysterious, and inviting. And this will be a welcome addition to bookshelves for religious experts, as well, or at least those who love alternative takes on Biblical teachings.

Hayate The Combat Butler Vol 36

Hellfighter Quin #4 (of 5)

Her Name Is Savage Vol 01

Hinowa Ga Crush Vol 04

How Not To Summon Demon Lord Vol 08

How To Train Your Devil Vol 03

I Don't Know How To Give Birth

I Know You Rider HC

I Love You So Much I Hate You Vol 01

Is It Wrong To Pick Up Girls In a Dungeon Sword Oratoria Vol 12

John Carpenter's Storm Kids: Monica Bleue Werewolf TPB

John Carpenter’s Tales Sci-fi TPB

Join The Future #4

Junior High Horrors April Fools’ Special #1

Kakegurui Compulsive Gambler Vol 12

Kimagure Orange Road Omnibus Vol 01

Knights of The Dinner Table #273

Knights of The Dinner Table #274              

Knights of The Dinner Table #275

Komi Can't Communicate Vol 08

Kyrra Alien Jungle Girl TPB

Legend Of Zelda Twilight Princess Vol 07

Lizard In A Zoot Suit

Across America, there’s widespread unrest and growing racial tensions. On the morning of August 2, 1942, the body of José Gallardo Díaz is discovered unconscious and dying on a road near a swimming hole in Commerce, CA. Diaz dies in Los Angeles County General Hospital, without making a statement or even regaining consciousness. Despite the fact that the cause of his death is never determined and there’s insufficient evidence, 17 Mexican-American youths are arrested. On January 13, 1943, twelve of the defendants in what the tabloids called the “Sleepy Lagoon murder” are convicted of second-degree murder. They are sentenced to serve time in San Quentin Prison.

The Sleepy Lagoon murder provides the backdrop for Latinx Cartoonist Marco Finnegan’s dynamic new YA graphic novel Lizard in a Zoot Suit, his first full length work as a writer/artist, in which history, race, class, and science fiction collide in unexpected ways. The all new, original graphic novel is set in LA’s Chavez Ravine neighborhood, two decades before the neighborhood was torn down to make way for Dodger Stadium. In June, 1943, long simmering tensions between the Chicano community and white servicemen led to the Zoot Suit Riots, fueled by months of fear and tension following the Sleepy Lagoon murder trial.  

“A YA book shouldn’t pander to its audience,” says Finnegan. “I use authentic language and scenarios to keep one foot grounded in the reality of the riots. I started writing Lizard in a Zoot Suit after rewatching Luis Valdez’s Zoot Suit play and the film of LA Confidential. I realized that the Zoot Suit itself is such a huge part of pop culture, but little is said about who the Zoot Suiters were and, besides the play, there weren’t any other stories about these kids and their lives. I decided that I didn’t want to do a nonfiction book that would read like a history book. I love genre pieces, so I decided to add some sci-fi to the mix and the story came together.”

In Lizard in a Zoot Suit, twin sisters Flaca and Cuata have a problem. It's bigger than being grounded by their strict mother. It's bigger than tensions with the soldiers stationed nearby. And it's shaped like a five-foot-tall lizard. When this lost member of an unknown underground species needs help, the sisters must scramble to keep their new friend away from a corrupt military scientist―but they'll do it in style.

Ahead of publication, Lizard in a Zoot Suit is already receiving rave reviews:

“A beautifully rendered, heartbreaking, and insightful graphic adventure.” — John Jennings, illustrator, Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation

“An entertaining and meaningful story. The bicultural characters and diverse Mexican-American setting are a fun entry point into some serious Chicano history, the era of the 1940s Zoot Suit Riots. Put on your tacuche and your tando, and get ready for Lizard in a Zoot Suit!” — Lalo Alcaraz, illustrator, Latino USA: A Cartoon History

“With a dash of mid-20th–century pulp monsters and a backdrop of 1940s Los Angeles, Finnegan mingles humanoid swamp creatures with victory rolls and zoot suits to highlight Mexican American families struggling to hold their own…. Period pop horror that will lure readers in for important history lessons.” — Kirkus Reviews

“Wacky, out-of-this-world and pure enjoyment. Finnegan pulls out all the stops and crafts a unique adventure that feels fresh and vibrant.” — Alex Segura, acclaimed comic book writer of THE BLACK GHOST, THE ARCHIES and more

“A unique and effective lens through which fans of historical fiction can view the treatment of the 'other' and race issues of the 1940s.” — School Library Journal

“Lizard In Zoot Suit carries an important message at its core. Finnegan has given us a book that sheds light on darker corners of history, while telling a story of mysterious visitors from beneath the earth.”—Samuel Sattin, author of GLINT and BEZKAMP and more

Born in El Paso, Texas, Marco Finnegan and his mother moved to Southern California in the early 1980’s. Today, he, his wife, and their four children live in Temecula, CA. Finnegan’s story is inspired, in large part, by his desire to tell a YA story that represents his and his family’s lives, in the ways that the blockbuster stories of his youth did not. “What drives me as a storyteller is imagining a future, where Latinx kids see their lives represented in comics, films, and TV shows.”

With striking two-color artwork and snappy dialogue, Marco Finnegan’s full length graphic novel debut re-imagines a notorious event in LA’s history to deliver a timely story about race and social unrest. Lizard in a Zoot Suit combines the sci-fi-fueled social relevance of The Shape of Water with the charm of Raina Telemanger’s Sisters to create a one-of-a-kind reading experience.

Lola Xoxo Vol 3 #6

Loneliness Of Long-Distance Cartoonist HC

Loud House v10Writer: Loud House Creative Team

Art/Cover: Loud House Creative Team

Lincoln Loud is an eleven-year-old boy with a big imagination. When you are the only boy living in a house with 10 sisters, you need to find your own peace of mind and, at times, imagination helps. Now, join Lincoln, his family, and friends for a look inside "the man with the plan" as we delve deep into Lin-coln's alter egos. Witness the thrilling adventures of Ace Savvy, superhero, and his sidekick, One-Eyed Jack! Burrow down with Warren Rabbit and his 15 bunny sisters for a hare-raising tale. And, live like the other half, as Lincoln imagines his life as one of his sisters. Available in softcover and hardcover editions.

Magia Record Puella Magi Madoka Magica Vol 02

Marvel Comics Mini-Books Collectible Boxed Set            

Mirka Andolfo's Unsacred #7


Moon Girl TPB New Ptg


North Bend #4

O Maidens In Your Savage Season Vol 07

Old Haunts #3

Osiris Path #3 (Of 3)

Over The Ropes Vol 01

Overlord Undead King Oh Vol 04

Perfect World  Vol 02

Phantom Tales Of The Night Vol 05

Plus Sized Elf Vol 05

Pokemon Adv Collectors Ed Vol 03

Pollock Confidential HC

Puella Magi Madoka Magica Complete Omnibus

Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Vol 01

Resistance #4 (Of 6)

Robyn Hood Justice #2

Rock & Roll Set HC

Here is a set of 3 tomes on great rock and roll bands! The bestselling comics bios of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Bob Marley are collected into one attractively priced banded set. Normally separately $85, $74.99 as a set.

Rocky & Bullwinkle Complete Reader 9 Comic Set

Saiyuki Original Series Resurrected Vol 02

Scorched Earth

Shanna The Firehair one-shot

Sky Is Blue With A Single Cloud

Spirits & Cat Ears Vol 09

Success Is 90 Percent Spite TPB

Swamp Hc Yoshiharu Tsuge

Sweat And Soap Vol 03

Sweet Time

Sword Art Online Hollow Realization Vol 06

Syrup Yuri Anthology

Teasing Master Takagi San Vol 09

That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime Vol 13

Tom Dancing Bug Into The Trumpverse TPB

Toritan Birds Of A Feather Vol 01

Tropical Fish Yearns For Snow Vol 04

Undone By Blood #5

Vlad Dracul #2 (of 3)

Wendy Master Of Art

World Of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #101

Yang Gang #1

Zo Zo Zombie  Vol 08

Zorro Timeless Tales #2

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